Price per head services were very concerned to find out that on Friday, Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone said that QB EJ Manuel suffered lateral collateral ligament sprain in his right knee that will keep him out for a few weeks.
The injury suffered by Manuel, which took place on a third-quarter scramble in Buffalo’s 37-24 loss on Thursday night to the Cleveland Browns, will not need surgery, and price per head services know what a relief this is to the team.
“It’s early on now to really give an exact time frame or even a window. What we need right now is for it to calm down and see where it’s at,” Marrone said. “Probably in a week see how it’s progressing, see where he is, then get it down into a little bit more of a window.”
Pay per head services learned that Buffalo will add a QB to their roster who could start on Oct. 13, when Buffalo takes on the Cincinnati Bengals.
“We will be looking to bring in another quarterback. We’re in the process of that right now,” Marrone said. “It’s not a stretch [that the new quarterback starts against Cincinnati]. I think it all depends on who it is, what we get, what their background is in their system.”
Marrone said that Buffalo could start undrafted rookie Jeff Tuel, who on Thursday night replaced Manuel and is the roster’s only healthy quarterback, and price per head services would like to see how the player continues to perform.
“I would say it’s possible,” Marrone said, “only because we’re going through the process right now. By the end of the weekend, I’ll have a lot better feel for what we’re trying to accomplish, seeing who we’re going to bring in.”
On Friday, Marrone softened his tone about Manuel’s decision to try to get extra yardage on the run, after he was defensive following their game on Thursday.
“We tell them to be smart. We tell them to slide. We tell them to get the first down and get out of bounds,” Marrone said. “I don’t want to make it [seem like] we’re telling them never to slide, never to go down or put yourself at risk. But it’s very difficult to coach the competitiveness out of a player.”
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Price per head services found out that Tashaun Gipson, Cleveland Browns safety who made the hit, said that Manuel was not trying to get out of bounds, but the play was seen differently by Marrone.